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7 more Native Americans leave the Carlisle Indian Boarding School Cemetery and return home

The military returned the remains of seven Native American children to their tribal families. Many of the children have been reinterred on their native lands, the U.S. Army said.

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF

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Native American remains exhumed from Carlisle cemetery do not match Native American boy, U.S. Army says.

Remains exhumed from a cemetery at the Carlisle Barracks do not belong to the Native American teenager recorded to have been buried there.

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press

Native children’s remains to be moved from Army cemetery in Carlisle

The disinterment process, which began over the weekend, is the fifth at Carlisle since 2017.

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press

8 Native American tribes prepare to reclaim their children’s remains from Carlisle Army cemetery

The remains of eight Native American children who died at the former Carlisle Indian Industrial School will soon be reunited with family members.

By Jeremy Long/WITF and Gabriela Martínez/WITF

Recognizing the contributions of America’s veterans to our nation

Commemorating a Century of Honor: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 1921-2021
By Merideth Bucher/WITF

US Army to return remains of 10 Native American children to families

Aleut family members will return the remains of one child to Saint Paul Island in Alaska, and Rosebud Sioux descendants will take nine children back to a tribal veteran’s cemetery in South Dakota or to private family plots.

By Alanna Elder/WITF

Smart Talk Wednesday: 75th Anniversary of the Victory over Japan

The legacy of WWII still resonates today in global security issues
By Merideth Bucher/WITF